US based Jamaican nurse Sandra Lindsay to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

Sandra Lindsay, telling CBS about her initial response to receiving news that she will receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom
The White House has announced that Jamaican Dr. Sandra Lindsay is among 17 Americans named by President Joe Biden to be recipients of  the Presidential Medal of  Freedom.
The awards will be presented at the White House on Thursday.
Sandra Lindsay is a Jamaican American critical care nurse in New York, who served on the front lines of  the COVID-19 pandemic response. She was the first American to receive a COVID-19 vaccine outside of  clinical trials.
The Presidential Medal of  Freedom, the highest civilian honour, is presented to individuals who have made exemplary contributions to the prosperity, values, or security of  the United States, world peace, or other significant societal, public, or private endeavour.
Among the other recipients this year are Simone Biles – the most decorated American gymnast in history and former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords – the youngest woman ever elected to the Arizona State Senate and a survivor of  gun violence. 

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